Cambridgeshire Rural Fund
Grants of up to £5,000 are available for projects addressing issues in rural communities.
Cottenham Primary School received £4,300 to provide music therapy for 25 disadvantaged pupils to develop the language and communication skills needed to underpin their basic literacy skills and support their social development.
Age UK Cambridgeshire and Peterborough received £2,000 to set up a Friendship Club to help reduce social isolation among older people in Doddington.
Comberton Twinning Association received £500 to support a cultural activity during a visit from the twinned Normandy village of Le Vaudreuil, and a French language workshop for 60 people.
Sawston Youth Group received £1,000 to purchase rucksacks to enable 11 young people to undertake the Duke of Edinburgh Award.